Tara Firma Inn Volcano
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... the ride was unmatched. We felt like we were flying. I wanted to do it again.
The grins might be permanently fixed on our faces! This was so amazing and we had so much fun. It was not worth any of the anxiety I may have felt beforehand. When can i do it again?
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... br> The views changed so drastically in such a short time…going around a corner we went from a lava flow and end up in the rain forest! I will post some sights we wouldn’t see in Ohio (I can’t possibly post all my pictures). We also stopped at a macadamia nut factory, enjoying free samples and having delicious ice cream as lunch. Those 2 ...
... to an area of ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs (simple rock etchings) that shed light on ancient culture and way of life. After viewing the carvings we retraced our steps back toward the car. Chris and Caitlin were ahead of Ted and me, and overtook an older couple who were walking more slowly back to the highway. Ted and I followed the couple for a few minutes before they stepped aside to allow us to pass them. The man said to Ted something ...
... nice condo with everything we needed. But we had seen everything we wanted to see and now it was time to move on.
Our first stop was back to the Kona Tiki to retrieve the kid’s goggles that they had left a few nights ago. Next, a quick stop at the Long’s Drug Store to purchase another collapsible cooler, as we were taking food with us. We had heard that there was very little in the way of grocery stores in Volcano, ...
... to plant growth.
Next we came to several steam vents. There was one especially large one. Lots of steam was coming out and made for a very different environment. Greg and the girls walked up a short path to be closer to the vent. I stayed below to get some pictures of everyone up by the vent. We finished up our hike with a picture of Greg standing in the vast lava and commented that he is older than dirt - in this case, ...